3D Printed Stand

This simple stand is designed for the Adafruit FunHouse. It features a nice brick texture that is reminiscent to the Yellow Brick Road from The Wizard Of Oz.

The stand features four M3 size mounting holes for securing the Adafruit FunHouse. It is optimized to 3D print without any support material.

Prerequisite Guides

Take a moment to walk through the following guides:


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1 x Ultra Silk Gold PLA
1.75mm diameter filament by Eryone

Design Source Files

The project assembly was designed in Fusion 360. This can be downloaded in different formats like STEP, STL and more. Electronic components like Adafruit's board, displays, connectors and more can be downloaded from the Adafruit CAD parts GitHub Repo.

Slicing Stand

The stand is oriented to print "as is" with the part being printed on its side. This ensures the part has the most structural integrity. No support material is needed to print.

The parts were sliced using CURA using the slice settings below.

  • PLA filament 220c extruder
  • 0.2 layer height
  • 10% gyroid infill
  • 60mm/s print speed
  • 60c heated bed

Build Plate Adhesion

Use a brim to help ensure the part has the best adhesion to the bed of your 3D printer. Increase the brim width or set the brim count to minimum of 8.

  • Enable Brim
  • Brim Line Count: 8


Use the following hardware to secure the FunHouse PCB to the stand.

  • 4x M3 x 8mm screws


Place the FunHouse PCB over the stand and line up the mounting holes. Insert an M3 x 8mm long screw through one of the holes in the stand and fasten to secure the FunHouse. Repeat for the remaining screws.

This guide was first published on May 11, 2021. It was last updated on May 11, 2021.